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Five years after taking over Apple from co-founder Steve Jobs, current CEO Tim Cook has opened up in an in-depth interview with the Washington Post about running the technology giant.

Cook reflected on a wide range of topics, from losing and succeeding Jobs, the firm's battle for privacy and the challenges of helming one of the world's top companies.

"The adage that it's lonely – the CEO job is lonely – is accurate in a lot of ways.

On the irreplaceable Steve Jobs

Reflecting on Jobs and the pivotal role he played in the firm, Cook said, "To me, Steve's not replaceable.

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